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How To Get A Free Pint While You Watch The Rugby On Saturday

How To Get A Free Pint While You Watch The Rugby On Saturday

St Patrick's Day is nearly upon us. This year, the Irish national holiday is also set to be an utterly amazing day of sport. Ireland will be going for the Grand Slam in Twickenham, the club All-Ireland finals will be held in Croke Park, and Mick Conlan will be fighting over in New York City.

Just imagine the pandemonium that will sweep the nation on Saturday afternoon should Ireland dethrone the English chariot Saturday afternoon and win the Grand Slam on English soil.

If you enjoy an alcoholic beverage, there's a good chance you'll find yourself in a public house this Saturday afternoon, shouting for Ireland at the top of your lungs.

It's going to be close, it's going to be dramatic, it's going to be stressful. Well thanks to Circle Pay, you can treat yourself to a free pint after the match. Circle Pay is one of the world's leading peer-to-peer money sharing apps. The Circle Pay app makes sending and receiving money incredibly easy, and this Saturday, Circle Pay want rugby fans to enjoy a free pint after the Ireland match.

All you have to do is get a mate to download the Circle Pay app.

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Here's what you need to do:

  • Download the Circle Pay app from the iTunes or the Play Store.
    Once you go through the 2 minute set up enter the promo code SLAMSCOOPS
  • Go to friends and share your unique invite link
    That's it. Once your friend verifies their account and links their card you're all set. You both get €5 at the final whistle of the Ireland V England. The max you can win is €15*.
  • Most importantly, the competition ends when England v Ireland kicks off at 2.45pm Saturday afternoon, so don't dilly-dally. Tell your mates about the Circle Pay app today.

The free pint funding will be lodged as soon as England v Ireland ends on Saturday evening. Enjoy St Patrick's Day responsibly and share money responsibly, with the Circle Pay app.

*Terms and conditions apply

Paul McGoldrick

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